Problem: Consider a reaction with the following rate law Rate = k [C]2[D]3[E]-1 By what factor would the rate of the reaction increase if the concentration of [C] tripled, the concentration of D is increased by half and concentration of [E] doubled? A. 15.2 B. 12.9 C. 9.0 D. 6.5 E. 30.4

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Consider a reaction with the following rate law
Rate = k [C]2[D]3[E]-1

By what factor would the rate of the reaction increase if the concentration of [C] tripled, the concentration of D is increased by half and concentration of [E] doubled?

A. 15.2
B. 12.9
C. 9.0
D. 6.5
E. 30.4

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